Originally Posted by Cheri
You've proven my point, Berry, What is it with you, ASLers who have that right to mock SEE signs, just because you do not understand our signs. Both basic signs for words are the same with only a few exceptions, however SEE is a sign executed for every word in a sentence, and ASL does not. What's so great about SEE signs that you could sing and sign, You can talk and sign the same time while you cannot do that with ASL.
Not to disrespect you, Cheri...
To be honest with u. One can sign with a song using ASL. I have seen it. Matter of fact, I understand it in ASL than in SEE.
By talking and signing at the same time, one language becomes compromised. It is like trying to talk Spanish and English at the same time.